Scandinavian Airlines, now known as the SAS Group, is a company based in Stockholm and whose top shareholders are the governments of Sweden, Denmark and Norway. It is for this reason that it can be considered as one of the few capital and public control airlines that exist today. In addition, it should be noted that Scandinavian Airlines has different subsidiaries that operate with their own name, as is the case of Spanair.
In addition, the company currently has more than 160 aircraft with which it flies to 90 destinations throughout the world. The efficient frequency of Scandinavian Airlines flights make it the main airline in offering connections between the Baltic countries, ahead of giants like Air France.
The founding of Scandinavian Airlines dates back to the mid-forties of the last century. Today, Scandinavian Airlines has a large fleet of aircraft, including the Airbus A319, A320, A321, A330, A340; Boeing 737 Next Generation; and Bombardier CRJ900. And it is that the efforts of the Scandinavian company are increasingly significant to meet its demanding commitment to quality and excellence. Together with Lufthansa, it is one of the main airlines that connect northern Europe with the Balearic Islands.
👜 Baggage regulations at Scandinavian Airlines
With regard to checked baggage, the type of ticket purchased by the traveler, as well as the destination, must be considered. As a general rule, whenever you want to check a suitcase with Scandinavian Airlines, you should keep in mind that the maximum weight allowed is 23 kg. This weight restriction does not apply to Gold and Diamond category travelers who can carry up to 2 extra packages for free. Of course, in no case suitcases that exceed 32 kg are accepted.
Travelers traveling with babies between 0 and 2 years old will be interested to know that Scandinavian Airlines allows them to check-in for a 23 kg suitcase and with a maximum size of 115 cm on either side. Of course, all liquids and gels with containers that exceed 100 ml must be placed in the checked bag. With regard to excess baggage, Scandinavian Airlines applies an additional fee for extra baggage that is billed.
🕗 Scandinavian Airlines Web Check-in
Online check-in with Scandinavian Airlines can be done from 22 hours and up to one hour before the flight departs. To do this, you only have to visit the corresponding section enabled by the airline in a tab of the main page of its website.
Regarding the introduction of access data to start the online check-in process, there are 2 modalities that your system accepts. These consist of inserting the reference number of the reservation or the credit card number with which the ticket was paid. In both cases, it is mandatory to also enter the traveler's last name.